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How do add 1 to numbers I store in PB?

When I am trying to store a number from CID into my phone book, how do I add a 1 for long distance without having to memorize the number and re-enter the whole thing?

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If you save from caller ID to the phone book from an out of area code number, the manual doesn't tell you that you have press the * key while the number is displayed and it will insert a 1 before the area code. Do this before trying to call from caller ID or copying the number to the phone book. I had to delete the area code stored in the global set up to get the caller the "*" feature to work for my local calls other wise it would just put a 1 in before the 7 digit number and would not work when it is store.

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Without knowing your model number, this is hard to give you proper advise...

Uniden makes numberous 2.4GHz frequency phones, so here is a link that has all the manuals for Uniden phones.

http://www.uniden.com/index/manuals_results.cfm?cat=1

Look up your model number (from under the base station), click on your model, and search for this information.

Sorry for not being able to answer your question, but I hope that I can point you to an answer!

Posted on May 14, 2009

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Hello there and welcome to lfete at Fixya, the Support Team

Normally you add a new number to the phone in the feature contacts. Go to there and select add new and type the number name etc. :O)

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The store memory function is very similar to this phone in the EXA series phone made my Uniden.
See the instructions to store/delete/add numbers in the manual below on page 22.
http://www.uniden.com/pdf/EXAI2248Iom.pdf
hope this helps
- Pete

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My Dect 3135 handset is flashing and shows New CID 1. How do I get rid of this and stop it flashing?


Caller ID (CID) is a service available from your telephone provider that shows the phone number (and sometimes the caller's name) of incoming calls.

The phone saves the information for the last 50 received calls to the CID list.

The NEW icon marks any calls received since the last time you checked the list.

To open the CID list press CID.

Highlight a number and press MENU/SELECT.

The options:
Delete an entry - this will erase the number from the list.
Store Into PB - this will add the number to the phonebook.
Delete All - will erase all numbers from the list.

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New phone DECT1480. How do I delete the new cid numbers


To select a number, highlight the number and press Menu/select. The phone gives you the following 3 options:
1) Delete Entry Erase the number from the list.
2) Store Into Pb Add the number to the phonebook. The handset prompts you to edit the name and number.
3) Delete All (CID list only) Erase all numbers from the list.

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I purchased a Uniden model D1688 and I don't know how to put favorites into the phonebook.


Entries can be added from the base or the handset. The CID button is on the right of the control ring; the phonebook is on the left of that ring.

If you want to add a number from the Caller ID list to the phone book, press CID and use the up/down arrows to navigate to the call that you want to add. Then press Menu/Select. Select the line Store into Pb and press Menu/Select. You will be at the Edit Name Screen for the phonebook.

To enter a new item from scratch, press the Phonebook button. Then press Menu/Select and select the Create New submenu. Press Menu/Select and enter the name of the contact using the alphabet on the key pad. (For C, press 2 three times.) Press Menu/Select and enter the phone number as it is dialed (including a 1 if needed). If you need to add a pause in the number, press Redial/Pause. However, the entire number must be less than 20 digits (including the pause). Press Menu/Select again. If you enter the number from the handset, you will be prompted to select a ringtone to always use when you get a call from that number. Press Menu/Select again. Then press End (on the handset) or Play/Stop (on the base) to exit the menu system.

Uniden has the manuals available at their site, either from the product page or the support page. All DECT phone manuals are here: http://www.uniden.com/bin/venda?ex=co_disp-view&bsref=uniden&scat=dectphones_mnl . The manuals are listed in numerical and alphabetical order. The direct link to the D1688 manual in English is http://www.uniden.com/content/ebiz/uniden/resources/ownersmanuals/D1688-2om.pdf .

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

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I have a panasonic kx-t7667 phone and a kx-tda30 phone system It won't let me store 2 digit personal speed call I am doing *30 then the 2 digits then number than # but nothing would there be a problem...


What 2 digits are you picking? By default they better be 00-09. A station starts with 10 personal numbers in the bin and you have to go into system programming to increase that number.

As far as the callback, you need to go into programming and tell the system what calls are local...it's part of CID modification.

Carl

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CALLER ID - REDIAL LD NUMBER


Press the caller id and get the number you want, then press the star button, that will add the 1 for long distance dialing.

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How to add calling card 800# and PIN to expedite LD calling.


When storing a calling card access number and your PIN in the
phonebook as one phonebook item, press {PAUSE} to add pauses after the number and PIN as necessary. Or, if stored as separate entries, during a call, press MENU, press 1 to select “Phonebook”, and scroll up or down to find the entry and press Call. Repeat to dial other numbers.

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On my model 8885 uniden phone, when I try to store a # the screen say's memory full. I only have two numbers stored. help


These phones use a "Shared" memory, the CID information and the Phone book information share the same memory chip. If you clean out the caller ID data you should be able to load more numbers in the phone book. Since you have an 8885 I am assuming you have TCX800 or TCX905 handset(s), to clear the CID memory, Follow these steps:

Deleting Information from the Caller ID List
1) When the phone is in standby mode, view the Caller ID
information to be deleted (see "Viewing the Caller ID
List" on page 50).
2) Press the DELETE soft key. De let e C all er ID appears.
3) Press volume up/down to choose Yes.
4) Press the OK soft key. You will hear a confirmation tone.

To delete all the CID information follow these steps:

Deleting all Caller ID names/numbers
1) When the phone is in standby mode, press cid.
Press the DELETE soft key. De let e A ll? appears.
2) Press volume up/down to choose Y es.
3) Press the OK soft key. You will hear a confirmation tone

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Does the Dect 6.0 recognize when a phone number needs a 1 before the area code (1-800-.......)?   I entered some numbers with the required 1, and some without it.  All the calls went through.   In a few...


If you save from caller ID to the phone book from an out of area code number, the manual doesn't tell you that you have press the * key while the number is displayed and it will insert a 1 before the area code. Do this before trying to call from caller ID or copying the number to the phone book. I had to delete the area code stored in the global set up to get the caller the "*" feature to work for my local calls other wise it would just put a 1 in before the 7 digit number and would not work when it is store.

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How to delete numbers that are stored leaving the memory storage empty?


Store a new number in the same location of that which you wish to delete. Otherwise, just don't use the buttion.

The procedure is
Pickup handset
Hit Store Button
Push numbered buttons for phone number
Hit Store Button
Put handset back on cradke
Record number

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Unable to Store Phone Numbers


The store memory function is very similar to this phone in the EXA series phone made my Uniden.
See the instructions to store/delete/add numbers in the manual below on page 22.
http://www.uniden.com/pdf/EXAI2248Iom.pdf
hope this helps
- Pete

Jan 31, 2008 | Uniden Cordless phone EXS9950

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